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Dec 24, 2012 4:00am EST
without legislation. everyone assumes the fiscal cliff negotiations are done for the moment. suppose the newfound bears conventional wisdom is wrong. suppose if we don't go over the fiscal cliff or at the very least we get resolved with minimum destruction as i talked about at the top of the show. my super bowl see you in new orleans solution. i'm not saying this will happen. i'm saying this positive scenario is very much on the table. it has to be considered. and in that rosy okay things are all right scenario, good things could happen to our stock market in 2013. let's say you're an optimist that believes the fiscal cliff will be resolved and they rise above. what's the best way to play a fabulous bull market that some think could be unleashed? simple. assuming that everything goes right, the best proxy for the market in 2013 is the blackstone group. the big publicly traded asset firm. why blackstone? a company that i wasn't keen on. the company earns money investing other people's money. private equity funds. at the moment the company has $205 billion in assets under management. t
CNBC
Dec 27, 2012 6:00pm EST
of all. >> join "mad money"'s training camp weeknights. >> four days left to avoid the fiscal cliff. who will compromise and will a deal get done to rescue the american economy? stay with cnbc for full-time reports to see who will rise above. who will compromise and will a ♪ >> all night i've been talking to you about the new diversification, a way to diversify by strategy, not just sectors so you can thrive in any market. look, we still believe in the old kind of diversification by group, but we've also got a new prism going here. remember, you need a high-yieldner your portfolio, a big dividend-paying stock for downside protection and the massive multi-year gains that come from reinvesting the dividends, and you must reinvest. second, you need a way to profit a whole lot when the market is in good shape. sometimes it is, and still potentially keep delivering gains if things get worse which is why you must have exposure to growth, preferably a high quality secular growth stock where the earnings estimate is a powerful momentum and then a speculative stock, something that trades for le
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